Many jokes, lines, scenes, sets and actors are recycled from the Disney Channel series That's So Raven. On this page, you will find a list of all the "copies" from the show. This page was completely inspired by a girl I know... you know who you are. ;)
- Kyle Massey portrayed Samuel; who was the deuteragonist of the show Babysitter. He also portrayed Cory Baxter in That's So Raven and it's spin-off show, Cory in the House. It's believed that his character in Babysitter was similar to Cory as he often borrowed direct quotes and euphemisms from the original real-life character.
- Anne Marie Johnson portrayed the Pakistanish Lady; who was a minor antagonist of the show Babysitter. She also portrayed Donna Cabonna in That's So Raven. The only thing similar between her character in Babysitter and her character in That's So Raven is their attire (they wear practically the same clothes) and their screams.
- Rose Abdoo portrayed the Samosas Woman in Babysitter and Señorita Rodriguez in That's So Raven.
- Rhyon Nicole Brown portrayed Veronica in seasons 1 and 2 of Babysitter. She coincidentally portrayed a girl called Madison in That's So Raven.
- Anneliese van der Pol portrayed Natalie Worthy, Ronnie Jenson (from Shake It Up) and Chelsea Daniels (from That's So Raven) in Babysitter. She portrayed Chelsea Daniels in That's So Raven.
- Raven Symone portrayed her character Raven Baxter (from That's So Raven) in an episode of Babysitter.
- Spencer Redford portrayed a Chicago Monthly photographer and reporter in Babysitter, and had a minor role as Serena Valentine in That's So Raven.
References in episodes
- Samuel said to Madison, "Girl, you know how I do!" which was a frequent catchphrase of Massey's character Cory in the later seasons of That's So Raven and in its spin-off series Cory in the House.
- Samuel swivelled his hips around with his hands on his hips, which was a dance that Cory did in the later seasons of That's So Raven and in its spin-off series Cory in the House.
- While Madison was talking to Babushka, she asked her, "Did that happen all the time, Babushka?" and Babushka just nodded her head shyly. This was similar to a line Raven told Sydney in the That's So Raven episode "Raven, Sydney and the Man" where Raven asked Sydney, "Has that happened to you, Sydney?" and Sydney just nodded her head shyly.
- The main set used for the school (where Madison, Samuel and Babushka often hung out in this episode and future episodes) was inspired by Cory's junior high school which first appeared in the That's So Raven episode "Juicer Consequences" [pictured right]. The layout was mostly the same, however there were a few changes from the original design:
- The walls were white instead of blue.
- The lockers were bright red instead of maroon.
- The hallway leading up to the locker area was noticeably longer. There was also no classroom door located where that hallway starts, and an additional door was added around the corner near where the student in the striped shirt is standing.
- There were only two rows of lockers instead of three, meaning Chicago All School's lockers were bigger in height.
- The wall behind the student in the striped shirt was longer and held a fire extinguisher. The school bell also couldn't be visible.
- The door on the left leading out of the set was located slightly further away (off screen in this case), which was the door to the cafeteria.
- The piping hot soup served at the cafeteria was inspired by the piping hot soup from the That's So Raven episode "Soup to Nuts". The soup also made an appearance on Cory in the House.
- Madison, Samuel and Babushka have this conversation which also occured in the That's So Raven episode "Juicer Consequences".
Madison: Whoooooo's with me?!
Samuel and Babushka: [looks away and doesn't answer]
- Phil stepped backwards and bumped into a security guard and asked Beverley, "When did the bus pull up?". This was similar to a quote Raven said in the That's So Raven episode "Pin Pals".
- Madison told Samuel and Babushka that she couldn't believe that her two best friends couldn't pull through for her and go with her protest. This quote was recycled from the That's So Raven episode "Clothes Minded"; which coincidentally featured a protest in it.
- When confessing to Miss Martinez, Madison told her that "Samuel and Babushka had nothing to do with it [the protest]". Raven used this line to defend her friends Chelsea and Eddie in that same episode.
- Samuel went around singing, "Beyonce's my fiance! Beyonce's my fiance!" to the same tune Cory sung it in the Cory in the House episode "Who Let the Dolls Out".
- When the group (excluding Babushka) were talking about Babushka as she approached them (and Samuel told her, "Be quiet, Babushka. We're talking about Babushka.") may have been used in That's So Raven.
- The group huddled up and took it in turns of naming their friendship. Madison said, "The Five Amigos", Samuel said, "The Five Musketeers" and Phil said, "The Five Blind Mice...well it's not my fault and I get left with the dumb ones..." This was recycled from the ending of the That's So Raven episode "Out of Control" when Raven, Eddie and Chelsea have the exact same exchange (with the exception of replacing "Five" with "Three").